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Dear CTWWW Members, The first West Wildwood borough meeting of 2019 was held on Wednesday, January 9th at 3PM and was attended by approximately 40 taxpayers. Mayor Fox was not present at the meeting as he had a “work conflict.” He also holds an administrative position in...

As you are aware, the first monthly borough meeting will be held Wednesday, January 9th at 3:00PM. Our plan is to live stream the meeting to all interested taxpayers. At this time, though, we are challenged by a wi-fi problem within the hall side of...

On behalf of the Council, we would like to share with you the highlights of the 12/31/18 Borough Workshop Meeting that was attended by 14 individuals. Topics included: Mayor Fox attempted to change the official newspaper, deleting the Cape May Herald and replacing with the Leader....

It was nice to see many of you at Thursday night's borough meeting.  We were hoping to take part in meaningful and productive discussions, however that did not happen.  Please read the attached letter that was sent in response to phone calls from the Philadelphia...

Happy Holidays, Just a quick note to remind everyone that the December West Wildwood Borough meeting is on Thursday, December 6th at 6PM.  The December meeting is scheduled a day earlier due to the hall being used on Saturday for the Childrens Christmas Party and Friday night...

November 19, 2018 To: Christopher J. Fox Commissioner, Public Works and Sewer Utility Scott W. Golden Commissioner, Public Affairs and Safety Cornelius J. Maxwell Commissioner, Revenue and Finance Marcus H. Karavan, Borough Solicitor William G. Blaney, Borough Labor Counsel From: Advisory Council of Concerned Taxpayers of West Wildwood Re:  Thursday, December 6, 2018 Borough Meeting The following are issues/items were...

The Advisory Council has been working diligently, with the assistance of an Attorney,  on the Ferentz lawsuit that resulted in the 1.7M verdict against the borough.  A detailed nine page letter highlighting the timeline and decisions made by our current administration regarding the suit, was...

In order to continue our efforts to affect leadership change in our borough,  we need YOUR HELP IMMEDIATELY.   Please forward the attached letter and send via email to senvandrew@njleg.org .  Don't forget to add a short note with your name or just add your name to the letter...

We have completed a significant amount of research related to the spiraling costs of our sewer utility.  Below is the email sent to the West Wildwood Borough with the attached charts to highlight the issue   ( click here to view  charts --> Sewer Utility Discussions 10-19-2018 ).  The...